Journey of the PoeT

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According to T-Mobile, these are my phone’s issues.

Evidently using my phone is bad for it. XD

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Introducing the Silky anteater (Cyclopes didactylus), a species of anteaters from Central and South America. It is a species hardly known, since it lives in trees and is nocturnal; feeds strictly insects, especially ants and termites. They are small like squirrels, move slowly and are docile, although they know how to defend themselves with sharp claws, if necessary. It normally lives on the Ceiba tree that has seed-filled fibers, which facilitates the camouflage with his white coat.Photo: Bushmaster Pascal 

Every time I think I’ve seen the most adorable animal in the world, something new pops up and proves me wrong :)

spectacularuniverse:

Introducing the Silky anteater (Cyclopes didactylus), a species of anteaters from Central and South America. 
It is a species hardly known, since it lives in trees and is nocturnal; feeds strictly insects, especially ants and termites. They are small like squirrels, move slowly and are docile, although they know how to defend themselves with sharp claws, if necessary. It normally lives on the Ceiba tree that has seed-filled fibers, which facilitates the camouflage with his white coat.

Photo: Bushmaster Pascal 

Every time I think I’ve seen the most adorable animal in the world, something new pops up and proves me wrong :)

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You come into the rehearsal room with no Douglas and a script that he hasn’t worked on, and no matter how good the person is who follows, Douglas was a one-off. The way Douglas came at things, the way he injected his creativity and just sheer brains…I mean, he was very, very bright, he was very clever and very literate, and wrote beautifully, and made things for you to say that were better than other people did.
Lalla Ward, The Doctor and Douglas (via meddlesomehusssy)

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